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  1. 4 Things That Have Changed Since The Oct. 1 EMV Liability Shift
    10/26/2015

    EMV (Europay, Mastercard and Visa), a global standard for chip card technology, has been at the heart of payments news over the past few months. The October 1 liability shift date signified that merchants nationwide will assume liability for fraud if they lack point-of-sale tools that can accept the new chip cards. While there is still a long way to go before EMV becomes America’s new normal, the process of merchant conversion is well under way. Consumers and merchants alike are adapting to the EMV learning curve as the rollout continues.

  2. 4 Changes To Expect From The EMV Liability Shift
    10/23/2015

    After a four-year head start, the Oct. 1, 2015 EMV deadline came and went with little fanfare. Only about 30 percent of credit and debit cards are currently EMV (Europay, MasterCard and Visa) enabled, according to eight financial institutions surveyed by the Payments Security Task Force. That number is expected to double by year’s end and increase to 98 percent at the close of 2017, when the liability shift goes in effect for gas stations.

  3. 3 Big Changes At The Checkout Now That The EMV Liability Shift Date Has Passed
    10/23/2015

    The EMV liability shift deadline has come and gone. That means all U.S. businesses using non-EMV-compliant technology will be held responsible in the event of a fraudulent payment card transaction. While these new cards may be unfamiliar to shoppers stateside, it’s a transition that many other countries have successfully made.

  4. Security Realities In Light Of EMV
    10/15/2015

    Good security measures require a layered approach and to date, no security technology or services company has come up with “the” silver bullet. There are simply too many ways a hacker can compromise a system. As it relates to EMV and the mandate to implement new readers and systems, every business needs to understand a few harsh realities before concluding they are safe from attack.

  5. Why Full-Service Restaurants Will Be The Last To Bite On Mobile Payments And EMV
    10/13/2015

    What do the preparation of fabulous cuisine and secure, push-button payments have in common? The answer is nothing — which is the primary reason why most full-service restaurants are taking a wait-and-see approach to upgrading their point of sale (POS) systems. 

  6. The Impact Of Mobile Payments On ISVs And VARs
    10/7/2015

    As we close in on 10 years into the smartphone revolution, the payments landscape for VARs and ISVs is taking yet another path down uncharted waters.

  7. PGA TOUR Benefits From New Mobile Payment Solution
    10/6/2015

    Last year, PGA TOUR wanted to add a mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution for the PGA TOUR Canada. Steve Evans, SVP for information systems, PGA TOUR said, “We needed to implement a secure and easily portable payment solution.” 

  8. Are Payment Technologies Driving POS Decisions?
    9/28/2015

    The Internet and mobile devices have helped break down barriers to purchasing goods and services, making it easier than ever before for consumers to find what they are looking for, at the price they want to pay. As buying has become easier, though, consumers have become more complex.

  9. Why Should You Sell Solutions “Born In The Cloud”?
    9/24/2015

    The “cloud” is where everyone wants to be; yet few know how to get there successfully. Why does the cloud remain somewhat elusive to the channel and VARs, and how can we remove the barriers to entry for all? Let’s first look at the “why” part of this question. Why should you sell cloud-based solutions at all? 

  10. Data Governance In Retail: Whose Data Is It Anyway?
    9/24/2015

    In a competitive industry like retail when making marketing decisions, intuition and gut instinct, have taken a back seat to Big Data. Big Data has become more than just a buzzword amongst marketers no matter the industry. In 2015, Big Data rules how commerce decisions are handled whether it is a small family business or fortune 500 company.